Evening Post, May 13, 1712

Evening Post

May 13, 1712

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Issue date: Friday, May 13, 1712

Pages available: 3

Previous edition: Tuesday, May 10, 1712

Next edition: Sunday, May 15, 1712

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 13, 1812, London, Middlesex From iTuefday May to Tkorfday May 7iflerday arrivd one Mill from from tfa jjrtftetdam May My 3 Vifconti upon Inftahces prjiis Royal brderd 4 Regi ments to march to be fides the Troops that have been fcnt thither Our Infantry begin fo canton near the Enemys Several Natives of who livd in our are returning being fecaUd their upon the Occaiion of the War broke out From tie Supplement to the AratterJtm May of Letter from Scbjffoufa May We are advisd from thac all the except thofe of Bern and fent Deputies That thofe of firft two continue at that the Catholjctr Cantons muft either evacuate the Town of Baden round or the Diet muft be removd to that Conferences maybe held with Freedom of Speech But as the Town of Wellingue ought to be firft evacuated and Zuizach lying betwixt a Gatrifon of the Zurigers at and another of the Bernois at tis queftiond whether the Catholick Cantons will agree to their Demand In the mean the fuft Depu ties of the Cantons of Claris and Soleure went the 4th to to endeavour to thofe of Zurich and to repair to which tis they will not do The French Ambafiador is gone to Baden and during thefe thoj the Troops avoid continue daily to reinforce The Town of Weil is ftill blockaded and the Catholick Cantons have drawn 6coo Men from beyond Mountains to joyn their ForcesThey have re quird Afliftance from the Valkfans Buc that Repub Hck having hitheito refund to meddle in the Affair of cis doubted whether they will do it upon this Letcers juft arrivd from Zurich that the Deputies of that Canton and of went from Zurzach to notfar from Baden3that they may the more be inforaJd of whatpaffss in The Ambaffador being arrivd is uiing his utmoft tp enchne the Cacholicks to a Compofition and the French Secretary has likewifc been at to the Gentlemen of Zurich and of toFeutl their to Baden j and lay thrcatningthat the Catholick Cantons arfc negotiating at the Court of Vienna for wirtf and that they will racher fuSmiC to than to the Cantons of Bern atd But thsfe Menaces making nolmpreffion upon Secretarys Advice was rejected fo that we that Count du Luc is to go himfelf to the Deputies a C Four Hundred Men of the Troops of thfe Principality of belonging to the Kifig Praflaai arc for jbe at borgj and the Town has Seht joolotbe Camp at tbe Htgue Majt Some German arrivd from to make Difpqfitipns for embarking the Troaps againft the Arrival oi Fleei They 1200 ImperiaUfts have entirely ed 400 Spaniards on the Frontier of from the Leiden May u Tbe Earl ofPeterborpughi is Poft for to execute a new Commiffion from hci Majefty of Great From tbe Hague Courant On the Prince of Taxisi receiyM Expfeffes from with the of the 4th toithe Imperialifts The Garrifon be conduced with all Marks of but the 200 Men in Fort Philip were to remain fonersof In Porto Hercole were fqund ji brafit Cannon and Provrfions of all forts for 7 Oar Troops are all in their March for the Upper and the of Wirtemberg lies feady at tbe Army was to be and raakeTj one of Infantry at another at Muhl and the third of Cavalry at Waybaufcl But the Imperial Regiments will not till the End of thia The French are alfo in in divers and getting together 50000 Sacks of in but for what is not From tbe Paris AlAmtin May May They write from the Army on that would be entirely by the Firft to the Number of 35 Battallions and Letters from Catalonia that the Enemy have again attempted to furprize ia the Night Time but finding themfdves they were obligd to May Yefterday Morning the Britifti Troops marchd their Camp at Befieux to and this Day palSng the Scarpe at and joining the other the z Armifs weie formd and encarapV in ther That Prince Eugene from the flight at to the Left at EfcaiUon and that oF the with the Right at and the made by tween penain and Grace Prjace Morrqw the Imperial ;

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